Part 2: “Immigrant and Refugee Families” of the CBRC Webinar Series on “How Community-Based Research is implemented with marginalized populations”
Marginalized populations can be both overlooked and undervalued in research, but CBR can be used to overcome these potential pitfalls. In this webinar Rich Janzen shares about his experiences working with Immigrant and Refugee families.
Presenter: Rich Janzen
Dr. Rich Janzen has been involved in 130-plus community based research projects, many focused on issues of immigrants and refugees, mental health, disabilities, or faith and society. This breadth of work has included multi-partner research initiatives, community mobilization, program/systems change evaluation, and needs assessment with direct policy impact. He is author of over 40 academic publications, over 155 technical research reports, and presented at over 170 conferences, workshops and community events.
The CBRC Webinar Series on “How Community-Based Research is implemented with marginalized populations” explores critical themes and issues, showcasing case studies and providing helpful insights and lessons learned.